Between Hutton-le-Hole and Rosedale Abbey, with Heather in full flow. Photo by Nutmeg
Gormire Lake from Sutton Bank by Mark Bowler
Roseberry Topping by Mark Bowler
The North York Moors is a National Park established in 1952. It is an area of outstanding natural beauty stretching from the North Sea coast in the East. The northern and western boundaries are defined by the steep scarp slopes of the Cleveland Hills edging the Tees lowlands and the Hambleton Hills above the Vale of Mowbray. To the south lies the broken line of the Tabular Hills and the Vale of Pickering.
north yorks moors railway by Thomas Tolkien
The North York Moors Railways is 18 miles of preserved track. Steam trains regularly run on this heritage line from Pickering to Whitby. The line used to link upto York.
Lealholm Station, North York Moors.
winter in the North York Moors.
A view of Roseberry Topping on the edges of the North York Moors by Tim Haynes
Castleton – North York Moors by Mark Bowler
Scugdale stones by Pickersgill Reef
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